Since the end of January 2014, all FIEC affiliated churches are now automatically members of the Association of Church Accountants and Treasurers (ACAT). This article explains the benefits for our family of churches.
The Charity Commission has issued a warning about cheque fraud. This article highlights some of the risks to our family of churches.
Most churches have at least some involvement with serving or preparing food – even if it’s only biscuits after a church service! So what do you need to know about food hygiene and the law?
A brief article about the Annual Return form that was released by the Charity Commission in April 2014. This is only relevant to FIEC churches with an annual income of over £100,000.
These are the key terms and legal requirements relating to submitting your accounts to the Charity Commission.
In the 2013 Budget, the Chancellor announced that a new Employment Allowance would come in to effect on 6th April 2014. This article explains what it is and the implications for churches.
A review of Heath Lambert’s book about the history and current trends in biblical counselling.
The belief and practice of a credobaptist minister who leads a closed-membership baptist church. This is the final of four articles on the subject of Baptism as part of our “All in the Family” series.
What is the legal position for churches using pictures found on the internet in their publicity and at events?